A tale of coming of age and the refugee experience, director Vladimir Tomic intimately reflects upon his youth moored in Copenhagen’s docks – in a converted ship housing 1000 refugees seeking asylum from the 1992 Bosnian war.
Three public events at the Barbican Arts Centre address the capital's forthcoming election
Vive l'Amour’s languid tale of urban alienation weaves a tragicomic love triangle, as overlapping lives seek respite in the same empty Taipei apartment. Artist Gonzalez-Foerster’s work pays poetic pilgrimage to the film’s final scene.
Ten brilliant speakers. Ten initiatives to change London for the better
An afternoon of talks and discussions at the Barbican to mark the publication of the Architecture Foundation's landmark survey of Britain's best new practices.
The latest work from legendary documentarian Frederick Wiseman masterfully dwells within the complexities of community and place in an ultra-diverse Queens neighbourhood.
Is architecture too privileged to survive? The last in a series of debates rugby tackling six fundamental issues facing contemporary practice
An evening of micro-lectures from the Turner Prize-winning architecture collective’s members
Are feminist debates only being used for networking opportunities? The fifth in a series of debates rugby tackling six fundamental issues facing contemporary practice
Patrick Lynch leads a free AF Members' tour of of the adjacent office and residential buildings which his practice has designed for Land Securities
Free AF members' tour of London's last surviving mid-Victorian music hall following the completion of its refurbishment by Tim Ronalds Architects
Is the 'less-is-more' culture elitist and suffocating? The third in a series of debates rugby tackling six fundamental issues facing contemporary practice